As you age, your body undergoes many changes. For many women, sagging breasts are a reality that can be frustrating, especially if they make you feel older than you actually are. Breast feeding, genetics, heavy breasts, and gravity all affect how much and how far your breasts will sage. If you have been considering getting a breast lift , it is important to understand what you can realistically expect from the results. A breast lift won’t change the size of your breasts like an augmentation will, but it will give you a firmer, more raised appearance. In order to get the best results from your breast lift surgery, you should be close to your ideal weight. You may also want to wait until you are done having children and breastfeeding to have a breast lift, as changes from pregnancy can affect your outcome. Younger women should wait until breast development is complete for the best results. Sagging breasts that are on the smaller size tend to have the longest-lasting results from a breast lift, since the weight of breasts can affect how they change over the years. However, a breast lift can be performed on breasts of any size. The most important thing to remember—only a bra can give a “push up” look and give you cleavage!!